Six Years War
EXACTLY six years ago we woke up to a new Britain.
Against all odds, a majority of 17.4 million had opted to leave the EU for a new fate. We all know what happened next.
A parliament filled with Remainers paralyzed politics to thwart the referendum result. Busy MPs like Keir Starmer professed to respect it but fought to overturn it in disputes with Brussels.
His insanely dangerous conspiracy was only undone by Boris Johnson’s overwhelming election victory in 2019 and Brexit was accomplished. Since then, almost every Remoan prediction has fallen apart.
Trade deals with the EU and numerous major nations were quickly sealed and more are on the way. Our independence allowed us to carry out Covid vaccinations and reopen the economy much faster than Brussels.
The sky never fell. Our growth is bad, but so is the EU. Our current woes are almost entirely due to Covid and war, which affects virtually all nations.
There is unfinished business in Northern Ireland. We must loosen the grip of the ECtHR, just as we broke away from the EU.
And let’s also say that the Tories can’t remotely claim to have maximized the potential of Brexit unless they quickly cut EU-era taxes and bureaucracy.
But The Sun never promised that this massive national reset would be easy in the short term. So if Remoaners conjure up stats that supposedly make us worse off than we would have stayed, what’s the point?
Why waste energy with mockery? To prove they were “right”? To give a future Labor government an excuse to rejoin?
This debate ended six years ago today.
Instead, how about helping to make a united, independent Britain the world-leading success we know it can be?
It has always been cowardly of the Tories to give in to the eco-lobby’s false propaganda about the supposed dangers of fracking.
The “vibrations” are tiny, the pollution risks minimal. If experts confirm next week that it’s safe, the government mustn’t hesitate to endorse it.
UK shale gas could prove crucial to our energy security and price stability.
Germans rely on Putin to heat their homes. See how this turns out.
THE recent increase in bigotry by bright-eyed students toward views they don’t like is startling.
The universities should hold an ideas competition. Instead, most students prefer to ban dissent.
Almost a third demand the right to disrupt or stop an unpleasant event.
How about “don’t go”?
It’s not entirely her fault. Its faculty, too, are almost all left-wing, often young enough themselves to have learned the monstrous evil of any view to the right of Jeremy Corbyn.
If the Tories don’t fix this, nobody will. Certainly not Labour, which benefits.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5628785/six-years-after-brexit-sky-hasnt-fallen-in/ Six years after Brexit, despite Remoaner’s predictions, the sky still hasn’t fallen